4 Chemistry questions? Help please!?
The temperature in degrees kelvin
The molar constant
The rate constant
The gas constant
The magnitude of the specific rate constant depends on the conditions at which the reaction is conducted. One factor that doesn't affect the rate is:
production of unwanted products
change in concentration
The specific rate constant is part of the rate law. The rate law is an expression relating:
the rate of a reaction to the concentration of reactants
the rate of a reaction to the temperature
the rate of a reaction to the pressure
the rate of the reaction to the humidity
"K" is large if reactions react quickly together: TRUE OR FALSE?
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
1) K is the rate constant at Equilibrium.
light-can act as an oxidation as in the case of Vitamin C so thats right
production of unwanted products- this always happens so it doesnt affect the rate
soulbitlity issues-causes problems dissolving substances basically and can result in a slower rate
concentration-will change rate
3) the rate of a rxn to the concentration of reactants, although pressure is also acceptable answer.
4.) Not exactly, a K only means how much reacted (dissociated) a K=1 means 100% dissociation
so False.Source(s): University of McMaster Biochem and Microbiology
- maxeyLv 44 years ago
a million. uncertain with offered products. 2. odor flammability density 3. Wakif if solids are consistently denser then how come they are able to drift in beverages. Like timber in a lake. 4. chilly water is extra dense because of fact while some thing gets chilly in contracts putting the comparable volume of cloth in much less area. (except the chilly water is ice because of fact ice's atoms repel one yet another in assessment to maximum supplies thereby getting much less dense)